The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1967 · Page 38
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This gives us a chance to make repairs, clean up and paint up, as well as to take a short vacation. Along with the hogs, Waack produces some beef and has 160 acres in corn, 80 in oats and 100 in hay. He is assisted year-round by Carl Haese and in the summer by additional part-time help. "We use some of the feed we produce in our beef operation and sell the rest," explains Waack. "We don't feel we can afford the time to process our own hog feed. It's more profitable for us to use quality controlled bulk commercial feed." 6-Acre Set-Up Because the operation which consists of two farrowing houses, five brood sow pens and twelve growing and finishing units, is spread out over six acres, Waack feels his method of bulk handling feed is more economical than a completely automated feeding system. The money saved by volume buying bulk feed more than pays for the storage and handling units needed in his setup. He uses one 20-ton bulk tank for sow ration, a second for growing ration and a third for finishing ration. In addition, he has one 10-ton tank for pre-starter feed and another for a medication free ration for use just before sending pigs to market. The feed store keeps the bulk tanks full and all Waack has to do is fill his auger wagon or trailer with the proper feed and haul it the short distance to each operation. "This is the first year we've gone through a complete cycle of feeding, starting with the sows before they've farrowed. We maintain a constant quality. The feed is the same USE FOR LESS THAN 1CENT PER DAY! GENERAL ELECTRIC FLUORESCENT TUBE NO MORE FLIES...NO MORE MOSQUITOES... NO MORE FLYING INSECT PROBLEM WHATSOEVER! SAVE $5 - PRE-SEASON OFFER! " MM. SUC. LIST NOW $ S ONLY 14 95 rui 2 for $27.50 SEND FOR FREE BROCHURE New at last tkis all-new kug trai eai give yen Usect-free, carefree living this year and for years to come. Your first investment is your only cost. 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Modern electronic technology has now tome up with this new answer to an age-old problem 10O% SAFE • KM AMHTS, CHIUMIN, PITS MIOS AND PUNTS Hack-lite Insect traps were originally developed for commercial use. These were huge traps used at ballparks, racetracks, picnic grounds, etc. They cost $1,000 to $2,000 each; expensive, but they did the job. A number were .installed at the N.Y Worlds Fair where they proved their amazing effectiveness over a 2-year period. Now a smaller model for home use has been developed, and has proved its effectiveness in over 100,000 homes, hospitals, restaurants, Motels, universities, etc. It has been used successfully on farms, shopping centers, golf courses, at swimming pools, and most of all. in homes like, yours, inside and outside — on porch, patio * garden areas. You and your loved ones can now enjoy a quiet, restful night's sleep. 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This unit, designed for a lifetime of service, consumes only 10 watts and operates for less than 1 CENT.PER DAY. Additional Black-lite bulbs are available in local stores or shipped from factory for $2. Shaped like a beautiful 'M'wn. it can also be used as an attractive nite light, While the Kill-Ray unit weighs only 3 Ibs. and is a compact 10" high xV dia., its tremendous blitz-like action has the amazing ability to destroy thousands of insects .wily, never getting a chance to lay their destructive eggs. In most cases it is their larvae which causes the damage to your plants, trees, clothing, etc. You no longer need to spend a small fortune for moth-proofing your home. Just figure up how much you spend yearly for insect sprays f moth-proofing products and you will realize what a great bargain our Kill- Ray really is, especially at this pre-season ow price. There is no other product in the U.S. today which can offer you this 100% protection at a cost of jess than.one cent P*.f day. We urge you to give our Kill-Ray i fair 30-day test. Unless it does everything we claim, to your satisfaction, you may return the unit for full purchase price refund and it costs you absolutely nothing! This insect trap is manufactured by a reliable, well known maker. It is a quality product designed to give many years of trouble-free service; Similar units have been sold for $25 to $35 Take advantage now of our pre-season offer and save $5.00 on one unit and $12.40 on the purchase of 2. This is the first time we have been able to offer our Kill-Ray for sale to the public by mail-order. Our supply is very limited. Orders will be tilled on a first-come, first-served basis. We anticipate far more orders than we will be able to fill. Orders for more than 2 units per customer will not M accepted; orders, however, from hospitals will D « ,li"n first priority. The sooner you start, the more effective the results. Destroy these pests now before they're able to lay their damaging eggs. Order now as this offer may not be repeated. // it's a good idea and works well, you'll probably find it being used by Manager Elroy Waack. With this custom setup, he all but eliminates feeder competition that can only work hardships on animals. This way each animal stands in her own private stall — and eats in peace. MODELs for restaurants, hotels, motels, etc.—recommended 4 large areas up to 3 acres. With large 22w Circllnii Stock. """• —',1"' HSJw «»«i!L«S.«!9»» %%$$*%£ NOVEL PRODUCTS CORP. 31 S»cpnd Aw., Dipt T94 N.Y,, Please print clearly. N.Y. | *—' • k -•«••• *••»» *•»•••• «w"i w VI*.»M f f i rr • iMtl* Q l-WU-MY kuKt tuners e> $27.» + $2 Pf » Mfc | I I S5.00 *f»i.l All H*f| KM t«*»U>. HUH t» C.O.D. Mdtn. (Miter «*«m fcnilt*. sum. c*r, I Carl Haese, year around employee at Ramaco Farms, walks in front of the functional brood sow confinement setup. Each 40 foot wide pen contains two metal quonset buildings — adequate room for 20 sows per pen.

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